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north 238 right there at and cause a problem out of castro valley. >> castro oil on the roadways. that's what's happening "today in the bay." good morning. deep frost. president obama and vladimir putin all business moments before their first meeting in two years. >> thank you very much. >> but did those 90 minutes behind closed doors do anything to bridge their differences on how to take on isis. taxes a tone. donald trump unveils his much anticipated plan to overhaul the tax system. >> just going to cost me a fortune. >> and makes a surprising admission about his attacks on his rivals. >> it's a little childish, but this is a campaign, and usually, and i think you know this better than anybody, i'm responding to them. >> this morning trump is with us live. emergency landing. >> we've lost our hydraulic system, one hydraulic system, so we're going to have to return to
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kennedy. >> an aer lingus flight from new york forced to turn back after mechanical failure. >> so we're touching down. >> the brakes overheating and catching fire. passengers shaken up but safe. and watching joaquin, a new tropical storm forms in the atlantic with much of the east coast in its potential path, while in florida a foot of rain leads to some major flooding overnight. could the two systems join forces for a massive soaker in the northeast, today, tuesday, september 29th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. you look at a map like we just saw and al goes all right, this is going to be a week. >> a big one-two punch. a cold fringe that will wring as much moisture out of atmosphere and bring a few inches of rain
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by tomorrow, and then we've got joaquin a real question mark. we could be looking at some areas up to a foot of rain by sunday. >> all right. a lot more on this in just a couple of minutes. al, thanks very much. let's start with our top story. presidents obama and putin face to face. the meeting behind closed doors ran longer than expected with putin calling it very constructive and surprisingly open, but this morning a wide gulf remains between the two leaders. nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell is at the u.n. andrea, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. that's right. in their speeches the two leaders slammed each other over syria and ukraine, but afterwards, at least for the first time in two years, two of the world's most powerful men actually sat down and talked. moments before their first official meeting in two years, a brief handshake and barely 13 seconds later the photo session was over with no answer to shouts questions. >> how about a timeline, mr. president. >> reporter: but afterwards both
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sides called it constructive and business-like. american officials told nbc news putin was on his best behavior. putin told the kremlin press corps today's meeting was constructive, practical and surprisingly frank. he admitted ties between washington and moscow were at a low level but blamed that on what he called his american partners' position. in talks that covered ukraine and syria. earlier at lunch an awkward handshake and seated so close to each other no, way to avoid a toast. there were no agreements. in a hard-hitting u.n. speech putin argued to keep syria's president assad. obama said assad works has massacred his own people with barrel bombs,ed is the problem, not the solution. >> let's remind how this started. assad reacted to peaceful protests by escalateding repression and killing that in turn created the environment for
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the current strife. >> reporter: but for a leader eager to project himself on the world stage, the u.n. trip was a public relations bonanza for the russian president. >> now he's had for the first time in many years a bilateral meeting with president obama that they themselves have said is gone positive. that's a pretty good day for president putin. >> reporter: putin is gone. today the president and vice president will both be here for a u.n. summit on how to better combat terrorism, especially isis, but at the same moment a bipartisan congressional committee is issuing a report slamming the u.s. saying the administration has done a terrible job against isis. matt and savannah. >> andrea mitchell at the u.n. again for us this morning, andrea, thanks very much. >> democratic front-runner hillary clinton weighed in on the situation in syria in an interview with chuck todd on msnbc's "mtp daily" and the former secretary of state took issue with her old boss saying the inability to find and train new rebels represents a failure by the obama administration.
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>> if we had been able to move in to help organize and support those people on the ground, maybe we could have made a difference. well, we've got to deal with where we are right now. it's obviously now a different set of circumstances, and what the pentagon has been doing hasn't worked. >> and clinton talked about the bigger role that russia is playing in the syria crisis saying the u.s. needs to figure out how to prevent them from making a bad situation even worse. >> and republican side, after vowing to get more specific on the issues, donald trump has rolled out his tax plan to mixed reviews. we will talk to mr. trump in a moment, but first nbc national correspondent peter alexander crunched the numbers on the proposal, and we also have a revealing new poll in the presidential race. peter, good morning. >> reporter: to be fair we let the experts do the crunching, but trump is the least popular politician from either party in a brand new poll behind ben carson, carly fiorina and hillary clinton, a quarter of americans have a positive opinion of trump, nearly 6 in 10
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a negative one, and this morning those experts are weighing in on that ambitious tax plan that could mean a major tax cut for most americans, especially the rich, but at what cost. donald trump is now defending his tough talk while admitting he could soften his tone. >> probably it is a little childish, but you know what. this is a campaign and usually and i think you know this better than anybody, i'm responding to them. >> reporter: new signs that it may be camping up with trump. a new nbc news/"wall street journal" trump shows the billionaire fares worst that in his top challengers in hypothetical matchups against both hillary clinton and joe biden losing by double digits. jeb bush, carly fiorina and ben carson all perform better. it comes as the author of "the art of the deal" is making a new sales pitch vowing to dramatically cut income taxes for millions of americans across the board. >> it will simplify the tax code. it will grow the american economy at a level that it
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hasn't seen for decades. >> reporter: individuals who make less than $25,000 and couples making less than $50k would pay no income taxes. many already don't. as trump's proposal reads they get a new one-page form to sen the irs saying i win. the wealthiest americans would say their tax rates slaushed from nearly 40% to 25%, estate taxes eliminated and business taxes capped at 15%. how would he pay for it? that's not entirely clear. trump promises to get rid of unspecified deductions and close tax loopholes. >> this is going to cost me a fortune. >> reporter: still this morning analysts dispute the self-proclaimed king of the tax code that his plan hits the rich the hardest and won't add to the deficit. >> the consensus among experts and analysts is that it would both expand the deficit by a lot and also disproportionately benefit wealthy americans. >> reporter: so on taxes trump is promising another big fix but
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the costs as you saw could be piling up. on top of his plan to rebuild america's infrastructure, estimates put that at about $3.5 trillion by 2020, there's also deporting 11 million undocumented immigrants. that's another $138 billion price tag. matt and savannah. >> peter, thank you very much. donald trump joins us now on the phone. mr. trump, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> so you used words like amazing, simple, easy and fair in describing your tax plan. you've heard what the critics are saying. not only will it add trillions to the national debt but it will also benefit the wealthy disproportionately. why are they wrong? >> well, first of all, we actually have had tremendous reviews on the plan by most people. most people are liking it and are supporting it and carl icahn came out today and so many others. they love this plan, and it will actually affect the rich to a much lesser extent the people that are middle income, middle class, our middle income people are going to be the biggest beneficiaries. their taxes are coming down very
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substantially and for the most that's been covered. it hasn't been covered by you quite yet but it will be. >> let me ask you this. you're cutting the rate for millions of americans and will close some loopholes and get rid of deductions though i think you still need to be more specific about that area, but critics, i'm going with the critics, yes, there are positive reviews, but critics say you're also shrinking the tax base, the number of people paying taxes, and that's why you can't pay for this. >> well, no, they are wrong because we're bringing in at least $2.5 trillion that's stuck outside of this country. $22.5 trillion and the number could be much, much higher and companies can't get that money brought back into this country. just one of many things, and that money now will be able to flow back in under my plan. that money will be able to flow back into the country. we're going to be reducing corporate taxes. jobs will be created. the economy is going to expand tremendously, like it hasn't since reagan but probably even before that. this will be a rocket ship for
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the economy. right now we have almost 100 million people that are out of work. they are out of work, whether we like it or not. they are out of work. we need jobs. >> we can debate jobs and growth at a later date. let me ask you. you're revealing this plan at a time, mr. trump, where it seems like the runaway train that was your campaign is slowing down a little bit. you're in a statistical dead heat now with ben carson and although they are a little bit further back, carly fiorina and marco rubio are definitely gaining traction. why do you think there is this dynamic at this stage? >> well, matt, i'm still leading in every poll, and some of the polls are really good. you're citing one where i'm leading actually, i'm one point up on ben, but i'm leading every poll. in iowa i'm leading substantially. in new hampshire i'm leading substantially. in south carolina i'm leading substantially, and, you know, this is going to be an ebb and flow. i'm not saying -- how can i continue to lead by such wide margins? >> right. >> this is an ebb and flow, but i'm leading every single poll
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and most of them by a substantial number. now, can i keep that going? i have no idea but i'll try. this is an important element because the economy is terrible. our economy is right now terrible, and, you know, part of this is cutting, cost-cutting, because so much money is being waste the in the united states so part of my plan is cost-cutting, and the other part of my plan is renegotiating trade deals to bring jobs back to the united states. >> let me ask you about this meeting between president obama and president putin yesterday. obviously russia went around the united states in creating this strategic alliance with iraq, iran and syria to fight isis. i'm curious. do you side with the group that thinks president assad in syriaed is the reason for the rise of isis, or do you side with vladimir putin who thinks president assad presents our best opportunity to combat isis? >> well, i side with the group that says if russia wants to go and fight isis you should let them as opposed to saying we're jealous we don't want you to do
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that, and i've been saying that for a long time. now, assad is backed up very strongly by russia and by iran. iran wants isis out. russia wants isis out. they want to destroy isis, and we should encourage them to do so. >> let me make sure i understand. is assad the problem or the solution. >> well, nobody really knows that answer, but i can tell you the people that want to come in and replace assad, nobody knows who they are and they could end up being worse. nobody has any idea who they are. we don't know, and we're constantly going out and siding with people and they turn out to be worse than the people that were there before. >> let me just ask you. you hinted a second ago. if this race turns into a long slog and all races do and the polls change and you're no longer the person that everybody is talking about, donald, with all the great things going on in your life and other areas, do you have the stomach to stick this out? >> well, i'm a practical person, matt. if i see things aren't going well, like, for instance, there are people right now within the republican party who are not doing well. i don't think it's going to change for many of them. at some point you have to get
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out. right now i'm leading every poll, i'm doing very well and i get the biggest crowds by far. i had 20,000 people in dallas, 35,000 people in mobile, alabama. >> right. >> so far it's looking good. i'm self-funding my campaign. that's the nice thing, and a lot of people respect that so i'm not under the influence of the lobbyists and special interests. >> right. >> and people like that, so i will go and if i think for some reason it's not going to work, then i go back to my business. there's no question about that, but right now i think it's working very, very well. >> donald trump, donald, thank you so much for your time this morning. appreciate in. >> thank you very much, matt. >> let's move to the weather now. parts of the south dealing with more flooding this morning and there's a new tropical storm to worry b.al, good morning again. you have a busy slate. >> yeah, guys, really a lot going on and we do have tropical storm joaquin that we'll tell you about but let's go to destin, florida. look at flooding we've seen there. some areas picking up 7 to 8 inches of rain in several hours and it's still coming down and
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will continue and now the heavy rain is shifting up to the north. we've got possible flooding here in the northeast and on into the mid-atlantic states, all along the cold front, heavy rain. we're going to see a lot of moisture starting to stream up and as it does we've got flash flood watches into the northeast today and a lot of rain coming through and the front pushing in through cooler air and it will dump between now and thursday morning upwards of three to five inches of rain for a wide swath from new england all the way into parts of the mid-atlantic states, and we've got tropical storm joaquin forming. we're going to watch this thing. it's not going to be a powerhouse but it is going to bring a ton of moisture with it. right now it is currently located at about 385 miles northeast of the central bahamas. it's moving west at five miles per hour, and the track of this thing will bring it right along the coast and as it does it's going to be drawing in more moisture into the atlantic and into the mid-atlantic states northeast and on into new england, so look at what it
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does. at least even if it's not a major storm. this is the rainfall next three days. look at what happens over the next seven days. up to 12 inches of rain locally right along the coast from new york on up into new england. so flooding is a big problem. >> we need it. getting it in this way is not the way to get it. >> al, thank you. now to nasa's highly anticipated discovery on mars. a new breakthrough that proves, yes there, could be life there. evidence of salt water has been detected flowing on the red planet surface in these streaks, the ones you see there. the streaks come and go with the seasons when the temperatures are high and disappear when it gets cold. >> nasa has discovered water on mars in ice. this is the first sign in liquid form suggesting the possibility, the possibility that life could survive there. scientists still have to figure out what those odds are, along with the source of the water, but nasa hopes this new evidence could eventually make way for future human expeditions. are you volunteering?
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>> meantime that "martian" movie is out. >> let matt damon go. >> scary moments for passengers here in new york and tamron is in for natalie with that. >> frightening moments for passengers on a flight from new york to ireland. the pilot forced to turn around and make an emergency landing minute after takeoff due to a mechanical problem. nbc's tom costello covers aviation for us. tom, good morning. >> reporter: hi, tamron. this was aer lingus flight 110, ireland's national carrier. first a hydraulic problem forced the return and then a harrowing emergency landing with flames shooting out from the landing gear. scary moments overnight for passengers on an aer lingus flight headed for ireland after the boeing 757 reported a hydraulic failure and landing gear problem forcing the plane to return to jfk airport just after takeoff. >> we do have a technical issue here. we've lost our hydraulic system, one hydraulic system, so we're going to have to return to kennedy.
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>> you're cleared to return to kennedy airport. turn left heading 030. >> reporter: as the plane returned to make an emergency landing it came in faster than normal on to the runway. the brakes overheating sparking a fire in the landing gear compartment. >> we have a slightly higher than higher landing speed so we're touching down a little faster than normal. >> reporter: firefighters put out the fire and passengers were shuttled back to the terminal by port authority busses. >> do you want the crash and rescue standing by or no? >> yes, please, stand by. >> reporter: no injuries to the 115 passengers or crew members on board. aer lingus releasing a statement saying there was a technical fault with the aircraft but it would not confirm whether it was the hydraulic system. the irish captain sounded so calm. the spokesperson for aer lingus said that the investigation will be standard practice, to ice his words, company engineers examining the plane to determine what went wrong. tamron. >> thank you, tom. also at jfk a man with a knife breached security and made it had on to the tarmac saturday just hours after pope francis
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left for philadelphia. the suspect was driving a black suv. he was allegedly pretending to be part of a v.i.p. motorcade when he flash what had looked like a badge and made it on to the tarmac. when he was caught, the suspect told police he was hoping to give the pope his business card. police say they also found five rounds of ammunition in his vehicle. the 39-year-old retired firefighter faces a list of charges. planned parenthood will go before congress for the first time today since the release of undercover videos. the organization's president cecille richards is expected to staunchly defend denated tissue of aborted fetuses saying it's a miniscule part of its work providing health services for women. an abortion opponent obtained the video by pose pentagon as an executive for a fake company seeking to buy fetal tissue. and forget getting the
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monkey off your back, how about trying to get him off your mailbox. police in sanford, florida in, a neighborhood here, got reports of a monkey on the loose. he escaped from his owner's backyard and went al roker would say bananas for mail. >> don't blame me. >> and the police say they finally distracted zeke with a bottle of water until his owner arrived. >> there's something you don't see. >> no, you don't. >> like a moment of silence. >> we're just digesting and absorbing. >> taking it all in. >> can we take just one short second to pat ourselves on the back a little bit. we would be two news and documentary emmy awards last night, one was for breaking news coverage of malaysia air flight 718, the one shot down over ukraine. >> and the other on america's harrowing epidemic and overall
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nbc news won four emmys and i said take, that carson daly. you're not only one with an emmy now. we'll get to your forecast. >> didn't see that coming. >> we'll get to your local good morning. a lot of clouds across the bay area this morning. temperatures currently at 60 degrees. it's in the lower 50s for the north bay. expect highs in the 60s and 70s
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across the bay area. the clouds keep the temperatures down. only reaching 70 degrees in the east bay. 68 degrees in san francisco and the mid to upper 70s for the south bay and peninsula. in the trivalley expect a high of 82 degrees and the north bay 74. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> coming up, paul walker's daughter suing porsche for the "fast and furious" star's death as avoidable. >> wait until you see the information that someone can get from an innocent picture that you post online and how you can protect yourself. but first on a tuesday morning this is "today" on nbc.
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story... ==topvo== richmond police are a very good morning. it is 7:26. a developing story. richmond police investigating a deadly double shooting. it happened about 8:30 last night just a few blocks away from the casino. officers arrived shortly after it happened when a shot system picked up the sound of four gun shots. the names of the victims have not been released. so far there are no arrests. police are not saying whether investigators are pursuing leads. >> we will have a lot of clouds today and temperatures a little bit cooler than yesterday with a high of 79 degrees in gilroy.
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palo alto 75 degrees and only peeks of sun here and there. oakland 70 degrees and 81 degrees today in pleasanton. let's check in with mike. >> slow drive continues after earlier crashes cleared. we had another stall around the high rise. slow as that has cleared. northbound 238 just past the split an oil spill blocking one lane. that is jamming folks. now, we have a slow southbound drive. we had traffic at a stand still last said there was a crash and pickup truck getting cleared. hopefully that will clear soon. right now bogged down through the tunnel to the city. the rest looking standard. here is the south bay kicking in northbound. back to you. >> getting busy out there. we will be back in about half an hour or so. hope you get a chance to enjoy the nice day ahead.
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♪ 7:30 now on a tuesday morning, september 29th, 2015. check out the view from the top of the rock. here in rockefeller center. looking south of the empire state building. cloudy day. rain on the way. >> a lot of it. >> what's making headlines. president obama and russian president vladimir putin held their first formal meeting last night. scheduled for an hour and it lasted 90 minutes. both sides said it was constructive. senior white house officials said the two leaders agreed to explore a solution to the crisis in syria. tough time in the florida panhandle overnight. flooding stranded drivers and washing out some roads. the city of destin was hit
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especially hard after a foot of rain fell there in less than 24 hours. and a hydraulic failure forced an aer lingus plane to return to new york's jfk airport last night. it had to make an intelligent landing when it touched down. the brakes overheated. that sparked a small fire. passengers were safely removed, and no injuries were reported. >> lots to get to. let's start this half hour with a new lawsuit tied to the accident that claimed the life of "fast and furious" star paul walker. his daughter is now suing porsche for wrongful death. nbc's joe fryer is here with more on that. good morning, joe. >> reporter: scott walker was almost done filming the seventh installment of the "fast and furious." after a car accident claimed his life in 2013. after investigating the crash for two years, his daughter meadow says porsche should be held responsible for her father's death. this is paul walker in the last minutes of his life checking out a 2005 porsche carrera gt less
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than a half hour their friend would take them on their final ride. in a lawsuit filed by his estate and his teenage daughter meadow experts say the car was traveling between 63 and 71 miles an hour when it went out of control. the car spun clockwise, brushed a tree and struck a light post on the driver's side while still going between 45 and 55 miles an hour. the lawsuit alleges walker survived the crash only to be killed in the fire that started about a minute after the impact saying porsche failed to provide an electronic stability control device that would have prevented the car from losing control. the lawsuit also says the side doors were not strong enough allowing the light post to penetrate the passenger compartment sending the shoulder and lap belt in different directions, crushing walker's body and pinning him in the car where he was trapped when a torn rubber fuel line sparked the fire that eventually killed him. >> it looks like porsche cut corners just in the traditional crash worthiness of the car, the way they designed the side structure and fuel system.
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>> reporter: safety experts say high-end sports cars like the carrera gt are not crash tested by federal and consumer agencies. san diego attorney craig mclellan filed and settled a lawsuit against porsche when a man was killed in the carrera gt in 2006. >> the porsche carrera gt in particular is designed and advertised to be driven at high speed but isn't designed and made to be protective at high speed. >> reporter: walker told friends he would be back in five minutes when he got into his friend's porsche. now he's gone forever after a fast ride that has left his family furious. los angeles county investigators determined last year the cause of the crash was unsafe speed saying the car was going faster than what this new lawsuit claimed. we reached out to porsche's parent company volkswagen and they have passed on the request to porsche, but so far it has not responded.
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>> now a check of the weather. mr. roker is here. >> beside the rain cooler conditions are coming over the next several days in the northeast. if you're outside today in the northeast, you feel that tropical humidity, but behind this front we've got frost and freeze warnings where the jet stream is up to the north. temperatures 15 degrees above normal, so for today look at these highs. boston, ten degrees above average at 79 and 81 new york city. philly 12 degrees above normal and watch what happens. jet stream in this front pushes to the south and watch those temperatures. by friday boston you're at 55. friday it's 58 in washington, d.c. and 55 buffalo and covington, kentucky, 63 degrees and 57 in chicago. wide swath of rain today in the eastern half of the country. out west we've got gorgeous good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of clouds across the bay area that will stay with us throughout most of the day. a few peeks of sunshine and temperatures staying cooler than
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average with a high of 70 degrees in the east bay. mid to upper 70s for the peninsula as well as the south bay. warmer in the trivalley. a high of 82 degrees. you see the clouds clearing out and giving us some sun this afternoon in san francisco. expect a high of 68 degrees. >> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al. thank you so much. coming up, what's wrong with this picture? seemingly a lot. the story behind the hot air balloon that had people calling police in a panic. >> yeah. >> and if some are using the pictures you post online to track your every move. our eye opening look at selfie security. i'm looking at you, matt lauer. (man) hmm. what do you think? ♪ (stranger) good mornin'! ♪ (store p.a.) attention shoppers,
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7:40. we're back now 7:40. back more with more of "the hacking of america." morning we have a warning about all the photos you're posting online. >> you would you be giving away more information than you want to share with the world? nbc's tom costello has been looking at that for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of us and our kids seem to post our entire lives on social media. what you may think as a harmless selfie or family photo could be broadcasting a world map of your life to thieves or hackers or someone with a grudge. it happens 24/7, around the
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clock, around the globe. posting every moment of our lives in realtime. every second, 2 1/2 million e-mails transmitted. 10,000 tweet, 2100 tumblr posts, facebook, linked in, snapchat and vine and a social media bread crumb trail that with the right software anyone can follow. >> this is statue of liberty, the people posting the last 24 hours on social media potentially exposing their privacy. if you go into collage view you can see every post in the last 24 hours. >> a wall of selfies and privacy compromised. if theresa can pull this up, so can hackers. she's the tomorrow white house chief information officer that phone we carry in our pockets is a tracking device. >> every cell phone tower you talk to every text you make, every post on social media, you're giving clues away not
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only of where you might be in the future, but your entire past. >> reporter: from instagram, she pulled up a crazy selfie i took at the atlanta airport. >> the key is within seconds we can figure out where you're sitting at the airport. we actually have a map and what's important is you see your exact latitude and longitude. >> yep. >> you're near gate b-17. you're near a coffee shop. i know where you're sitting when you posted that video. >> reporter: all from a selfie on instagram. there were others. at a popular chain, outside of d.c., did you figure out where i was? >> we did. this starbucks on 17th street in arlington, virginia, right by that tree. >> reporter: a small town in maryland. >> yes, you were at the glen echo post office. as a matter of fact, standing under that tree. >> reporter: and here at 935 pennsylvania avenue also known as fbi headquarters. >> we pinpointed you down here
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on pennsylvania avenue near the trees. >> reporter: with the right software anyone can track the longitude and latitude of history. >> it gives you an idea of where you're working wrrk you like to go on vacation, where your family members live. >> reporter: a serious concern for anyone worried about being followed, tracked or cyber stalked. executives, a former lover, a child in protective custody. turning off the tracker is like turning off the services you run and you can still post a selfie, but with the location services off you won't be broadcasting your home address, where you work and whether you're on vacation. security experts also warn your information can help someone track down a loved one around you. here's to turn on your privacy setti setting. go to the sets and turn off the settings and that can make gps difficult to use.
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check to see which apps are accessing your contacts. does your flashlight need to see your contacts? probably not. still in your settings check to see which apps are accessing when and where your photos were taken. like facebook, instagram, twitter. you can turn that information off if you like, and remember, some operating system upgrades can vet your privacy -- can reset your privacy settings. check your privacy and security settings on social media sites like facebook. decide who you want to friend and how much you really want to tell the world. back to you. >> another one of your stories that we instantly picked up on the phones. my location services were on. so i have turned them off. that's correct? >> reporter: good. you should turn them off. some people may not care, but for a lot of people, think of who you know in your life that maybe you don't know where them to know where you are right now, consider turning that off.
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>> that's half the people in my life. >> i know. that's specifically me. all right. tom, thank you so much. coming up, we have a new rosser report warning of a hidden hazard in your home. >> hey, good morning to you. yeah, we're inside of a home right now and we're talking about the heavy flat screen tvs in our living rooms and bedrooms, they're incredibly heavy. they keep toppling on top of kids. you how fast it can happen and what you can do right now to protect yourself. >> good information, jeff, thanks. how did trevor noah do on his first night taking over for jon stewart on "the daily looking for a delicious dinner idea? make tonight white chicken chili night! start with bush's white chili beans, simmered in our flavorful chili sauce. then add rotisserie chicken... punch it up with a little heat... and a few ingredients from your pantry. it's easy to make the perfect pot of chili every time. make your chili better with bush's® white chili beans.
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story... ==topvo== very good morning to you. it is 7:56. a developing story. richmond police investigating a deadly double shooting. someone shot and killed two men sitting in a car. it happened about 8:30 last night just a few blocks away from the casino. officers arrived shortly after it happened when shot spotter systems picked up the sounds of four gun shots. so far no arrests and police are not saying whether investigators are pursuing leads. harsh accusations against the berkeley police department. the national motorest guild claims to release data it claims is proof of racial profiling. the group criticized in the past. let's check your forecast now. how are we looking? >> cloudy today. some peeks of sunshine later
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this afternoon and cooler temperatures than we have had recently in san jose. 78 degrees. palo alto 75 and we are looking at 60s and 70s for the north bay. east bay up to 70 degrees in oakland. 80 degrees in pittsburgh. let's see how roads are moving. >> we have a slow drive but recovering southbound 101. crash cleared but you are jammed out all the way down that crash has cleared and the bridge traffic across the golden gate is fine. the upper east freeway jammed all the way down to the toll plaza. big build all over the east bay. concord, walnut creek. we talk about that in a second. the northbound through the south bay you are jammed. we will look at the san mateo bridge. i saw flashing lights. we will have more slowing there.
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>> thank you very much. we are back with another local news update in half an hour. have a good morning.
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it's 8:00 on "today." co it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, hidden danger. new concerns over the number of children being injured or killed by falling television sets. we'll tell you what you can do right now to make your house safer. plus, a little work and a lot of play. >> got to pump those legs. >> how about the slide? >> we pitch in to help a deserving group of kids get the playground of their dreams. and clean the dishes, cleanse the mind? why washing the dishes every day could lead to a more relaxed you.
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we'll explain, today, tuesday, september 29, 2015. ♪ >> we're here in new york city! >> from las vegas, nevada! >> good morning. >> happy birthday, nana. we love you. >> happy birthday to my gorgeous daughter from san diego, california. [ cheers and applause ] >> good morning, everyone. welcome back to "today." it's a pretty morning out here. tuesday, september 29. enjoy the dry weather because it won't last. we're getting ready for some soakers. >> we are seeing some blue skies. woe won't see it for a while.
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>> yeah. >> do you struggle with your kids to eat vemitables. >> no, mine are good. >> we have some recipes that your kids will love. we have some ready to try it out. >> that will solve it. plus, tamron in for natalie. >> good morning. president obama heads a gathering of world leaders to discuss terrorism with a heavy focus on syria. on monday, he and russian president vladimir putin held their first private meeting in two years. there were no breakthroughs on syria where russia supports president bashar al assad as the best way to battle isis. the u.s. says assad has to go. a new nbc news/"wall street journal" suggests that donald trump would do in match-up against either hillary clinton or joe biden. this morning matt asked trump if he would drop out of the race if his campaign runs out of steam. >> if i think for some reason
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it's not going to work, then i'd go back to my business. no question about that. but right now, i think it's working very, very well. >> trump also defended the new tax cutting plan he unveiled monday, saying he'd make up for lost revenue by cutting government waste. trump's democratic rival hillary clinton is dispatching her not so secret weapon -- her husband and former president to help her weather the e-mail storm. nbc white house correspondent kristen welker has more on that strategy. bo good morning. >> reporter: good morning, hillary clinton is hoping to bring in a big haul to prove she is still the strongest candidate, despite losing ground over her e-mails and it comes as bill clinton is escalating his involvement in her campaign. no stranger to surviving controversy, bill clinton is on the attack this week. >> it really is similar to the strategy that the republicans employed against me with whitewater. >> reporter: the former president is taking a page from
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his old playbook. pointing the finger at the gop. >> in the way -- >> reporter: during an interview with cnbc he blamed republicans for overhyping his wife's use of a personal e-mail account when she was secretary of state. >> who do not we want to run against, and then they dribble out stuff and they attack. >> reporter: and now bill clinton will start to ramp up his engagement on the trail. he's set to attend several fund-raisers in the coming weeks including in atlanta, missouri and michigan. at each spot he'll try to reassure jittery democrats his wife is still the democrat to beat. >> i'm glad it happened in 2015 instead of 2016. and i believe it will burn itself out. >> reporter: and while mr. clinton's attacks against republicans won't go away, he declined to engage front runner donald trump. despite his constant jabs at secretary clinton. >> he was very nice to me when i got out of the white house and
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he wanted hillary to come to his wedding. >> reporter: and while bill clinton could be a powerful surrogate for his wife in the coming months, she is not prepared to say whether he'll follow her if she makes it to the white house. >> will he have a west wing office if you get there? >> he's a busy guy. i'm not looking -- you know, i'm not counting my chickens before they hatch. >> reporter: meanwhile, our latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows that vice president biden will be popular. he'll decide in october. an upside down balloon soaring over las vegas led to calls to police. it was to generate buzz as it heads to a balloon festival in new mexico.
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matt and savannah? >> it's like a kiss. nice. >> thank you. well, this morning on rossen reports the hidden danger in tvs tipping over and falling on children. >> those accidents are shown to be on the rise. today, jeff rossen is in houston. hi, jeff. >> hi, good morning to you. if you're watching at home this impacts you. it means you have a television set. i was first on the air warning you about this a few years ago. i wanted to come back on the air this morning because as you said, matt, new numbers out this morning showing a spike in injuries of these flat screen tvs toppling over and falling on top of kids. as adults we walk by the tvs, it's eye level. but think about it from a child's perspective. they're on the ground. they see the remote, the toys up here. what a lot of kids are doing across the country studies find is opening up the dresser drawers, climbing on here, this getting wobbly and comes on top of them. we'll show you how fast this can hop and how to protect your family right now.
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a frightening crash. a thunderous boom. >> can you imagine a child under that? >> reporter: a nightmare that's only getting worse. tvs crashing on to children. now safety experts and the federal government releasing warnings. a new study out just today showing injuries to kids from tv tipovers are on the rise in seven countries. in the u.s. more than 400 kids killed since 2000 from falling tvs and furniture. 38,000 rushed to emergency rooms. most of the victims younger than 5 years old. kate carr is president of the watchdog group safe kids. how does this happen? >> tvs like this are top heavy with a narrow base. small kids are very curious about tvs. they want to get them on. they come over, grab them. it wobbles and falls right over on a child. >> reporter: she says many parents keep flat screens on
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stands, sitting on furniture and an invitation for danger. >> look at how easy this is for this to fall on a child. >> reporter: and here's another mistake parents make. figuring out what to do with those old heavy tube tvs when they upgrade to flat screens. a lot of people are moving them into the basements or kid's bedrooms. >> they're up on a high dresser, kids climb up on a drawer, poor the drawer out and -- there it goes. >> reporter: the impact study show the same as a baby falling from a ten story window and it keeps happening. this little boy was killed when a dresser toppled on hip. another boy was killed when a tv at his day-care center fell on him. and this little girl, 2-year-old chance bowles lost her life inside her own home. >> the last thing she said to me was i love you, mama. and that was it. >> reporter: mom was in the next room when her daughter pulled
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out the drawers and climbed up on this dresser. in just seconds, it all came down. >> just something that -- simple we never thought aboutment it's what took her away from us. >> reporter: if that is not an eye opener, i don't know what is. so here's the take away for you. three simple things you can go at your home today before you even leave for work. to keep your family safe. number one experts say, take all the toys and take the remote and move it off of the furniture. put it on the floor. i know it makes a mess or put it on something low where the kids can't pull it down. number two, if you insist on having your tv on a stand and by the way, experts say wall mount it, pushing it back to the end of the dresser, that way if the tv were to wobble and fall at least the top of the dresser, the edge here, guys, would actually break the fall. i knocked it off, go to any big
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box store and buy a tv strap. and just before the came on the air, we installed it. put a few screws in. you can see it right into your wall. nice and easy. it gives you these straps. your tv comes with the bolts or buy them at a hardware store for a few cents ease. screw it in the back like this. the straps are adjustable. and now the tv is not going anywhere even if it falls. i hope this helps. these are things to do right new and pretty cheap. >> very useful information. jeff, thank you very much. coming up next on "trending" funny francis. cardinal dolan reveals the jokes he shared with the pope during the pope's visit to new york. and what first lady michelle obama revealed about her post white house plans. carson? we're ready to discover the next big thing. we need your help to change someone's life forever. plus, we'll meet our first set
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all right. we're back. it's 8:13. let's go and do trending. say you're stressed and burned out from the day and you want to relax. i would suggest maybe a glass of wine. >> sounds good. >> "project runway" reruns. >> time on a hammock. >> time on a hammock. >> what about doing the dishes? >> there's that, too. >> well, according to a new study doing the dishes is supposed to calm you, make you less stressed. >> really. >> but you have to do is findfully, mindfully. >> what does that mean? >> being in the moment, focusing on the smell of the soap. >> warm water. >> the soap. >> the burnt meatloaf you're trying to scrape. >> that's why i like cooking for the family because you've got to focus on that. >> i feel the same way about cooking, but not the same way about washing dishes. i like the cooking. >> max waxed on how wonderful doing the dishes. >> the ones that don't go in the
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dish washing i like washing, i like vacuuming, i like ironing. >> what do you mean, please come over. >> how about windows. >> no, i don't do windows. >> he doesn't do windows. . >> i like vacuuming. i like ironing. >> do you like doing dishes? >> i hate doing dishes. >> just when you think it's over, someone brings in like five more dishes. yeah, i hate dishes. >> there were so many memorable moments from the pope's six-day visit to the united states, here's one that sticks out from his time here in new york. his procession up 5th avenue to st. patrick's cathedral, just a block behind him, who is that man in the red cap? that is cardinal dolan of the archdiocese of new york. cardinal dolan shared one funny moment he had with the pope. >> on 5th avenue when i get out of the fiat with him and we go on to the pope mobile so he kind of struggles up and i sit down behind him. he turns around and does a
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double take and says "how much did you have to pay for that seat?" and i said seven peters pence. >> cardinal dolan was great. >> he is a larger-than-life personality. >> even at that vespers services he was like look at this, great load of this! >> cardinal dolan, come on back! >> we all love the people of massachusetts, especially their acti acce accent. what is better than a guy with a boston accent? >> a guy with a boston accent who focuses on something in the water is even back. come on,boro, pull back upbo, b.
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jay, that is still good meat on that [ bleep ] fish, kid, [ bleep ]. let's [ bleep ] and we'll be on the [ bleep ] news, man! >> we have to get forgiveness from the pope for that one. >> oh, man. >> it was -- >> what is it in the water? >> a sunfish. >> it's one of the ugliest fish in the sea. he had no idea what it was. boy, that is so -- that's terrific. >> the narrateor named michael bergan said when i see something like that, i'm amazed. it's like seeing a gorilla for the first time. >> i like that you called him a narrateor. >> what the first lady can't wait to do after leaving the white house and the moment that stunned everybody on "the voice." >> first up, first lady michelle
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obama, they tacked about their shared goal to educate girls. steven colbert asked her what she can't wait to do once she leaves the white house. >> little things like, you know, open a window. i mean -- i want to go to target! one day as a treat my lead agent let me have the windows open on the way to camp david. it was like five minutes out and he was like windows open, enjoy it! >> my lead agent. that's pretty cool. the secret service gets nervous any time she tries to touch a window. >> and finally the big moment from "the voice "last night caught everybody off guard. this is amanda and jubel, they did an amazing rendition of "7 eagles road." then jubels turned the table and
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surprised all of us. >> are you guys a couple? >> yes. >> are you married? >> not yet. >> okay. >> one day. >> all right. >> no way! no way! >> whoa! >> i'm serious. >> good ol' marriage proposal works every time. by the way, jubel and amanda picked farrel as their coach. >> did she say yes? >> she did say yes. >> maybe you can officiate the ceremony. >> i'd love to. >> let's get to the weather. >> we've been keeping an eye on what's going on out in the atlantic. we've got joaquin to talk about. joaquin is going to cause problems along the mid-atlantic and later on in the northeast coast. this is the latest from the national hurricane center. joaquin 385 miles northeast of the central bahamas, it's moving west at 5 and the path of this thing brings it right along the
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coast by late sunday we are going to be watching this. it will have 65 mile-an-hour winds and as you can see, it's taken right now kind of a bulls eye on the northeast with a good morning. a lot of clouds across the bay area and temperatures right at 60 degrees. highs in the 60s and 70s, cooler than average thanks to the clouds. a high of 78 can be expected in the south bay. the peninsula up to 75. east bay, a high of 70. we will see the highs topping out in the 70s and 80s for the next couple of days. >> and that's your latest weather, savannah is. >> all right, thank you. the time is here. we're sorted through almost 2,000 entries to become "today's next big thing" and the winner will get to sell their product on qvc.
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this morning you'll meet our first three finalists. this is from the apparel and accessories category. as a reminder, our judges are doug howe, executive vice president of merchandising at qvc, jill martin, "today" contributor and creative director at qvc's g.i.l.i. brand and al roker, weatherman extraordinaire and now let's meet our first finalist. >> i'm kara gallagher from bay village, ohio, surpriseded to introduce sunbrela. it's innovative in modern design makes for the perfect base layer. >> all right, tara gallagher. come on down. let's hear your pitch. good morning. >> good morning. >> go ahead and tell our judges. >> imagine my surprise realizing this black dress was see through in the sunlight at a funeral so after that embarrassing situation i designed this lightweight mini slip with an attached panty as an alternative to compressive shapewear, it's healthier and stays put and is
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comfortable. >> judges, it's really smoothing, not shaping, is that right? >> not shaping, it's smoothing. gives you clean lines so you don't have visible panty lines or noticeable bumps, but it's comfortable piece that you can wear for eight hours a day and not feel like you've been encased in shapewear. >> okay, great. >> thank you. >> and it heights. >> something you're very concerned about. >> yes. >> tara, thank you so much. >> led the us meet our next finalist. come on down. >> i am jo from palm beach, florida and i designed the kimiini. it will be "today's next big thing ""because it's the must have convertible fashion accessory to ward off the chills while staying chic come on out and tell the judges about your product. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> kimini is a must have fashion accessory that easily converts from a jacket to a poncho or an
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infinity scarf. from now on you will look fabulous as you ward off the chilliness at all the regular trans, hotels and airports. kimini becomes size the we want all our girls covered and it packs easily and it's great for traveling. >> i love it, what a great idea. it's amazing that this is the same thing on each -- on each of the mannequins. is this easy for people to learn? does it come with an instruction card? >> absolutely. it has a tag as well as video online and so many of the girls that buy kimini come up with their own creative ideas of how to hair it. >> love the versatility of it. >> it's the kimini. thank you so much, joanne, appreciate it very much and meet our final finalist for this morning. >> i'm alison edwards. >> and i'm courtney edwards. >> and we're twin sisters from dallas, texas. our product is the city skyline jewelry. >> we think it's the next big thing because now you can share the love of your city with one
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>> nice. >> we have dallas, austin, houston, chicago, l.a. and, of course, new york city. >> good skyline here. all right, ladies, thank you so much. >> we've seen our first batch of finalists. go to today.com and you can help one of "today's next big invention" to become a finalist. tomorrow the house and home and pet category. we'll see you tomorrow. coming up we'll have the best time ever with neil patrick harris, but first on a tuesday morning a quick check of your local news and weather. great job, guys. i'm ... ==anim== new this
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morning... ==topvo== oakland und good morning. it's 8:26 on your tuesday. oakland unified school says a junior varsity football coach is on paid administrative leave after a scene caught on video. it's an altercation involving a high school football player and a coach. it happened on the bus following the game last saturday. the district says it was made aware of the video yesterday and school officials are now investigating. democratic presidential contender hillary clinton continuing her latest bay area visit. she made stops yesterday including this one in saratoga. she attends a breakfast in san francisco today. it's a crunch to get the nomination and it's a crunch to
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get to work if you are in san jose. >> look at this. this is not the worst of it. the south bay is the worst of it. look at the south bay. jammed up and pushing all the way. 101 in through the rest of si y silicon valley. we still have the oil spill cleanup. so 580 slow. a slow drive on the approach toward the bay bridge including past the calcium. . >> a little painful but you are walking us through it.
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it's 8:30 now on a tuesday morning, 29th day of september, 2015. the last rays of sunshine before the rain sets in for the rest of the week. >> oh, yeah. >> coming up, why savannah and i have a slight bone to pick. >> oh, boy. >> with one neil patrick harris.
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>> it's a pretty big ben. >> we'll talk to him about that. >> plus, we're talking in on our shine a light project. >> exactly. >> that's the big bone, that's what it's all about. our shine a light project is rolling on, and we took a little trip with some kids to get a progress report to find out what they are dreaming of for this great outdoor playground. >> come on, wrangler. harrellia baldwin will come to your rescue this morning. healthy recipes she promises your kids will gobble up and i hope my 3-year-old is watching tv right now. >> getting ready for excitement here on the plaza in honor of breast cancer awareness month. we are celebrating survivors and fighters, so come on down to the plaza on thursday for a chance to be selected for a very special ambush makeover with kathie lee and hoda. a great celebration of life. >> absolutely. >> then on friday come back and bring your posse and family of
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friends, whoever helped new your fight because we're throwing a big pink power party full of surprises. joan lunden will be back here for all the fun. if you want more information or sign up go to today.com. >> like watching a break-up right on the air. carson and -- >> i don't know where you're going. where do you want to go? >> not going well. >> al, a check of the weather. >> we'll get some therapy, but in the meantime we're going to show you we're looking at wet weather along the eastern half -- eastern third of the country. cooler weather back through the plains and the upper midwest. sunny skies through the pacific northwest and sunny and warm in los angeles today. a high of 85 and then for tomorrow that wet weather stays right along the coast. look for heavy rain late tonight and right on through tomorrow afternoon. we've got the spigot open and the western two-thirds of the country looking pretty darn good though again still a little on the cool side. chicago 61 for a high tomorrow after good morning.
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i'm kari hall. we are getting a view looking at san jose. low clouds settling in. we have the high clouds. once the low clouds clear out, we will have clouds throughout the day. temperatures will be held down several degrees from yesterday. napa, expect a high of 78. oakland, 70. dubl dublin, a high of 85. and that's your latest weather. matt. >> all right. with two shows in if you've not seen "the best time ever" with neil patrick harris you're missing out. it's live right here hon nbc. it's filled with fun, laughs, star-studded surprises. it is a really cool happening show. neil patrick harris, good to see you. good morning. >> thank you, sir. >> good morning. >> two shows in. >> yeah. >> so complete this sentence. doing the actual show is different than what i had imagined in the following way. >> oh, well, it's a lot of work talent-wise because i have to be cognizant of what all the stuff
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that's on the teleprompter and stuff, but the professorial side, book guests and figuring out what segments go where, do you like that side? >> i don't know that i like it. it's a very interesting experience because you want reese wither spoons every week and alec bald wins and tonight tyler perry. >> you've coming in a lot of chips with your celebrity friends. >> or trying to convince people that i haven't meant it's going to be good. the live element is tricky. time, if the audience lives and jokes and laughs extra long, in my mind i'm proud of that but i'm also thinking and now we're 30 seconds long what. am i going to cut? >> yes. watching the first couple of weeks what struck me is every single segment has an awful lot involved in it. it's not like you sit down like this and you do -- there's bells and whistles everywhere. i guess in some ways you're used to that complexity from broadway but the difference is on
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broadway you're doing the same show eight times a week. >> we have an unbelievable crew of people that are all these singular disparate groups that are putting these things together in an amazing way and then we bang them out one after another. i think rather than broadway i would say it's more like an award show, the tonys or something because there it's an entire cast and their set and everything comes on in the commercial break and does this amazing thin and they are out. >> but you have weeks to prepare for the tonys and here you only have a few days to go between weeks on this show. >> it's very true. it's very true. doing stunts and crazy things called the end of the show show. >> like a circus. >> cutting my hands not on purpose, doing this trampoline thing. always been fascinated by the trampoline act when you bounce on trampoline and climb on the wall, do at cirque du soleil, how the it would be fun to do, a special skill. learned it in three days, bloodied everywhere. >> think about what you said,
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learned it in three days. a show that takes three days to prepare for one segment. >> that's rue. >> you love to prank people and that's become very evident in the first couple of weeks. >> yeah. >> first of all, are you good when you are pranked? do you have a good sense of humor, a good sport? >> i'm a good sport about it as long as it's not trying to be hyper embarrassing, but i'm always walking into situations thinking that something may be going on, all over the place. >> i'm exactly like that. >> are you? >> i'm always thinking something is about to happen that i'm not going to like. >> because randomly we end up going to weird events for weird causes and things sometimes that you're not really fully aware of what's going on. >> effort of full disclosure, savannah and i got called to one of those weird shoots a couple of days ago. >> yeah. >> all i'm going to say so that i don't give anything away is that it turned out to be one of your pranks. i'll just give people a taste. >> no idea what you're talking about. >> in three, two, one. >> you look lovely. >> what? >> you look lovely. >> oh, thanks.
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>> we'll let you out now, thank you, bye. >> i don't know where's the door. hello. oh, okay. thank you. >> you want to try it. >> yeah. >> all right. >> okay. here we go, mr. lauer, just look ahead and eyes into one of the cameras, perfect, in three, two, one. >> that's all we can show. >> that's a cliff hanger. >> i will tell you, you're not going have a friend left in show business at the end of this show. >> that's not true. you -- by the end of it you kind of enjoyed yourself. it's watchable. >> it's watchable. luckily my clothes were washable, that's all i'm going to say. neil patrick harris. you can watch "best time ever" with neil patrick harris who won't have a friend left live tonight after "the voice" 10s, 9:00 central time here on nbc.
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savannah. >> all right, miss hilaria baldwin in the kitchen serving up healthy males that kids will actually love. these look like cookies and your kids will never know that they are actually healthy. >> they are so good. >> yeah. we'll catch up with hilaria in just a minute and we'll shine a like the on kids who need a safe like the on kids who need a safe and fun it's intelligent enough to warn of danger from virtually anywhere. like the on kids who need a safe and fun it's been smashed, dropped and driven. it's perceptive enough to detect other vehicles on the road. it's been shaken, rattled and pummeled. it's innovative enough to brake by itself, park itself and help you steer. it's been in the rain... the cold... and dragged through the mud. introducing the all-new mercedes-benz gle.
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8:40 now. we'd like to bring you an update on our shine a light effort. last spring savannah and i committed to build a playground for a very deserving community. >> we zeroed in on this town in new jersey with the kids helping design their dream space so for inspiration we put them on a play date to a sound up playground in regatta park in nearby west original. >> for so many kids going outside is not an option. there's no where to go or it's not safe. >> the biggest problem for kids in this area is space, a place
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to run around and just have fun with their friends and family. >> i don't get that much of a chance to go outside because my mother doesn't think it's that safe. >> where i live. there's only like a bunch of stone and not that much grass and all. >> are we there yet? are we there yet? >> wow. >> oh, i see a beautiful park. we're here. >> i want to go to a neighborhood where people don't have a lot, and i want to get children to inspire us, tell us what their dreams are. >> the kids themselves will be invested. >> i want to play with lots of flowers and wanted to add this in, the most important part, the swing. >> have you been thinking in the last several months about what you might like to be a part of that playground? >> yes. >> big old slide. >> swing. >> i put like sports areas. >> i think it would be cool with
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a see-saw. >> you know what nobody mentioned, nobody mentioned those things that go around in circles and spin. >> is what that called? >> like a merry go round by smaller. >> you spin around until you get nauseous, right? >> that's fun. >> what else? >> might want to add a water fountain so you can make wishes so you never stop believing or wishing. >> i like that. >> i love that. >> okay. let's go to the park. >> which one. >> swing. got to pump those legs. >> whoa, it's squishy. how about the slide. which one you going on? good one. that one is too small. >> feel like i'm getting a workout here. >> hold on. >> do you think we're allowed to climb on this. >> it says keep off. >> yay. >> are you ready? >> how do we get down? >> ready, go. >> i'm in first. ♪
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>> and i think of my park i think about adventure and magic. >> what does it feel like to play? >> it feels fun. >> it's awesome. >> it's exciting. >> do you feel free? >> you feel like a bird, like you're flying. >> like nobody can stop you from your dreams. >> so you can dream whatever and your dream can come true on a playground. >> yeah, dream big. >> savannah! savannah. >> that is really not fun. >> if they are done right, playgrounds are places where kids' imaginations and bodies can soar so why shouldn't every kid have an opportunity have something like that. >> all right. guys, how is this playground? >> real good. >> awesome. >> did you see anything here you think that maybe we should in our playground? >> the spinning thing. >> i liked the spinning thing. >> i didn't like that. >> i love those spinning things. >> we learned something, okay. it's good to test things out like this, all right. so the next time we see each
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other we'll be building the playground, all right, so there will be progress we can report on, okay? all right. great, good to sigh guys, again. >> thanks for working so hard by playing. >> go ahead. play. >> go play. >> bye. >> we had way too much fun. >> i know, my little friend in the pink was so cute, holding my hand and you can play more. i'm out. >> we have made progress. things are getting done up in passaic and we can reveal the results in the not too distant future. >> cool. >> if you want to help build fun places for children in need he had to crowdrise.com/ma crowdrise.com/matt & savannah. >> coming up next, hilaria baldwin is here to get your kids to eat veggies and love them, but, first, this is "today" on nbc.
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all right. we're back here.
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on "today food" a no fail veggie pasta. life-style expert hilaria baldwin is here with a kid-tested dish that will have them asking for more. putting you to the test. toddlers here ready to tastd and i wanted you to know that mill mae has not tested anything. her friend is crying, too. >> all right, girls. >> it's all right, sweetie. >> do you want to help cook. >> do you want to help me cook? >> okay. girls. >> oh, okay. hiller yeah, i think the girls are going to get really into this, but, first, we'll have moms to the rescue. tell us what this is because i need to get my 1-year-old to eat veggies and it's hard. >> one of the most important things is blending, blending, blending, blending. this is a great recipe, kids love pasta. my favorite is the pars nips,
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sweet poetdos and butternut squash. use a little bit of olive oil, veggie stock and whole grain pasta. >> okay. that's the trick. kids will have pasta but they will go tore white-s. >> do you like giving you a real life experience. >> i feel like i'm home. actually very comfortable for me. >> most kitchens in america are like actually. >> it's all good, all good. what we do is we peel our butternut squash which is tricky and you can get it already kubd. use any vegetables that you want, any of your kid's favorite veggies and then you can roast t.because roasting will create better flavor. >> kind of brings out the sweet n.e.t. we chop it up into nice little pieces and drizzle it with olive oil. i'm a big fan of foiling the cookie sheet because i don't have a lot of time to do dishes. apparently it's real good for
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you. >> matt lauer, the zen moment, a little pepper and tiny bit of salt because we could like the player. >> how long do we do it? >> until it's golden brown, about 20 minutes. we'll throw in here. >> okay. >> and believe it or not, it's so fast on tv. >> yes. >> i know. >> not 20 minute. >> it's magic. >> the magic oven. and we got this. >> okay, let me get out of your way. >> two of our little taste testers are all over it. >> these guys like it. >> yeah. >> and then what we're going to do to make it even softer, we are going to gently not burn our hands, we're going to put it into our veggie stock that is going to be boiling already. pour some of of it in. >> and that makes it mushier and soft, makes it into more of a sauce like mashed potato. >> and then we blend it. >> we're going to blend it, and
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then once you blend it, going to pour it on top of our already cooked pasta. >> looks great. >> looks pretty good. >> kind of like the consistency of macaroni and cheese once you toss it, so can you even i wouldn't lie to your children. >> just omit the fact that it's vegetables, not cheese. and then there you go. >> in the few seconds we have i want you to tell these about these cookies, and the kids won't know how healthy they are. >> these are cookies that we've made no, sugar in them. you take a bunch of different -- again, play around with the ingredients, i love to use cranberries and raisins. they are pretty much vegan except we do use some eggs, whole grain and you mention all the dry ingredients together. >> okay. >> mix all the dry ingredients together and then we have our wet ingredients with olive oil, almond mill, use any kind of milk, vanilla and cinnamon which is the key and whisk it all together, put the two together.
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add the wet to the dry. >> add the wet to the dry and then it makes it into a nice little batter. >> okay. i often actually get there with my hands because it's easier. i'm all into easy. >> throw them into the oven for how long. >> for 45 minutes. >> okay. >> and they are nice little cookies. >> they are great. i'll give them to our two taste testers. harrellia baldwin, thank you so much. want to try this cookie. want to try it? here, i'll just leave it right there, you can think about it. recipes on today.com/food. coming up next, "chicago pd" star sophia bush. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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testers. nbc. we're back here on the sofa joined by sophia bush and we'll talk about the third season of her show coming up but let's get to willard coming up who is talking about some people celebrating big birthdays. willard, good morning. >> hey, new york. all sorts of things good happening up there. i watch the show every morning. you're dynamite. mary olivieri from toms river, new jersey, and she 100 years old today. one of the great things in her life, makes beats yeah, unbelievable homemade pizza with or without pepperoni. rose murphy is great, i bet she's irish, bridgeport, connecticut, 100 years old today. her big thing in life is
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spaghetti, homemade spaghetti, and she also loves clams with it. good combination. richard cole what, a handsome man, and he is from comfort, texas. all those great towns in texas. he's 100 years old and was a fighter pilot in world war ii. god bless you for your service. clyde baird, what handsome guy. loves to go on walks. walked to pasadena one day, from pasadena, california, 100 years old and a true georgia had some fun down here, but you'll have more fun up there. god bless. back to you. >> love you, willard. thank you very much. >> now to sophia bush, star of nbc's "chicago pd." third season what, shall we expect? >> it's an intense one. second season ended with my character quitting and handing in her badge, so i'm in a bit of a pickle, and it will be a rough road to get me back on the right path. >> sounds good. >> you'll talk to tamron more about that, and you're not a
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name dropper but we did pry out of you that you're head now to go do a great event in the city. >> yes. i'm -- look at me. i'm blushing. i get so excited about her. i'm going to do this wonderful event, you know, the u.n. is in town and michelle obama is here to help launch an amazing initiative with the girl project and so i'm going to go up and try to play it a little cooler when i'm around her. >> it's a big deal though, good for her. >> thank you. >> sophia will be back in our next hour. before you go see mrs. obama to talk more about this guy and the season premiere of "chicago pd" is tomorrow 10:00, 9:00 central. >> you guys have good stuff coming up. >> oh, yeah. >> we have something called strobing. we learned teaching you ladies how to strobe. savannah, you know how? >> never heard of it. >> don't miss it. >> is it a dance? >> whipping and neneing. >> wow, impressive, but i'm ... ==anim== we're
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following a developing story this morning... good tuesday morning. it's 8:56. we're following a developing story. police are investigating a deadly double shooting. someone shot and killed two men in a car. this happened around 8:30 last night in the area of natalie court and san pablo avenue. officers arrived shortly after it happened. the names of the victims have
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not yet been released. so far, there have been no arrests. police are not saying whether investigators may be pursuing possible leads. you are trying to get your tuesday morning started here. a look at your weather and traffic in 25 minutes. now we return to "today."
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this morning on "today's take" we're talking to him, robert de niro, the oscar winner telling us why he's taking a job as an intern. then, can you do this? a little wooerd science as we kick off wow me week. plus "chicago pd" star soia bush with all that and more coming up now >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take "with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller, plaza. welcome to "today." it's tuesday morning. it's september 29th, trust. it's a beautiful day here in new york city. i'm willie along with al and tamron.
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natalie on assignment. can't get the global citizen fest that we were at saturday night. beyonce opened with this song. >> you're still in beyonce land. >> my morning thing. >> right after she left global citizen she and jds uniphase were at some pizza place in brooklyn could. have tagged along. jay-z and willie. >> just like us. >> just like us except they make hundreds of millions of dollars. >> and they look incredibly amazing. >> i feel pressure because you picked little mix as your jam. >> and you've got beyonce. tomorrow is my day. the pressure is on. >> it's just a song. >> i know, but xetdtive natalie jumped into me. >> are you really worried. >> no. natalie is a competitor and i feel like i should channel. please help me. can you tweet me and tell me what my song pick should be tomorrow. >> let the viewers pick the song. >> and i'll pick one from your pick. >> and the good news is that
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given that we have a huge audience the song selection will be very narrow. >> well, i'll narrow it down. >> ah, that's a good idea. >> have a couple of glasses of wine because sophia bush is coming up later and said the adult version of "whip and nene" is watch me sip and watch me lay lay. so please help me because i have pressure. speaking of pressure, yesterday, trevor noah. >> taking over "the daily show" last night. jon stewart was in that seat for 16 years. big shoes to fill. nobody knows that better than trevor knowia himself, and he made a few jokes about that at his own expense >> i also know that many people have questions, for example, why isn't a woman hosting the show because surely it's about time. well, turns out the comedy central did ask a woman to host and the woman they asked turned the job because because they all have better things to do and clearly i didn't. and also why didn't they get an american to host? again, comedy central tried and those people also declined so
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once again a job n rejected is now being done by an immigrant. >> nice. >> a lot of the country tuning in to see him for the very first time. they didn't know him and got a little taste of trevor noah. interviewed him on the show yesterday and he just talked about that. has to get past the few first shows where he introduces himself to the country and he's a funny guy. i think he'll do well. >> so interesting as we talked about before unknown to most people when they announced his name. we all went on youtube and looked at videos of different concerts and shestarting from the bottom and hopefully going to the top. >> everybody, if you watched jon stewart from his first show to the last, a complete change. >> yeah. >> it's the very nature of the beast, and i'm sure he's going to do a terrific job. >> seems super charming. seems like a good guy. >> a good guy and will try to make it his own show. actually talked about jimmy take being the show from jay leno where you already have a number one show and want to keep that and at the same time do your own thing and jimmy has done that with incredible success so that's trevor's goal also. >> got a daily show every day,
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not like when you're on once a week and have to wait a whole week. he's back today. talk to us, interesting facebook post from this woman and it's gone viral. the michigan woman shared an ultrasound image she found on the internet. key word is she found this ultrasound and she attached it though to an essay about expectations as it relates to fertility and made the point that people should stop asking women and couples when they are having children because you don't always know someone's circumstances. >> sure. >> and the bottom line she said in this rant, i don't like the word rant, her form of expression, that it's none of your business, and this has been a hot topic. tyra banks said she had recently gone through fertility treatments without success and chrissie teasen talked about her and john legend trying to have a
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child and so far it's not happened for them and in the "the new york post" a woman wrote and said thank goodness women are more talking openly about this. you and deborah. >> we had ivf for both nick and leila and struggled for a long time. people mean well. when are you going to start a family. come on, you guys have been married three years. yeah, not because we haven't tried, and how about you just shut up. >> do you say that, just shutup it is. >> you're thinking put a sock in it, okay. >> i love it. >> it's so weird to me i guess because -- i understand it when -- and this is going to sound, i don't know -- i understand it when older people come to me and they say, tamron, when are you going to have a baby or when are you going to get married? i do not understand it when women around my age 40s or 30s because you don't know what's going on and many times it's not something that i just want to go blurt out to the world of what's going on with my body or anything else. >> and you shouldn't have to.
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>> i go back to when you're going to get married. don't ask that. there might be something going on. >> i might have -- >> a have had six husbands. >> because i don't have children or because i'm not married, social media is very favorite. i stopped reading negative comment a while ago but the last one said what's wrong with you that you don't have a husband, that something is wrong or something is wrong with you that you don't have children, yeah, and it's very interesting how you're supposed to respond, so i guess i should say put a sock in it. >> exactly. >> as opposed to put a ring on it. >> as opposed to put a ring on it. >> another beyonce. >> original room fishbowl. >> asking questions that are no one's business. >> these are questions actually from our audience.
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>> these are screened questions -- we've given you permission to ask us. >> okay. >> from the plaza. >> grab one. >> if you -- sherry from kansas wants to know if you could play a part in a broadway play, who would you be? >> that's a good one. >> the sudalis in "a funny thing happened on the way to the farm." >> phantom of the on perhaps i'd be the phantom. >> any character from "wicked." i love that. >> this one says willie geist, why haven't you had children yet? >> you know what, guys? >> he's had two. >> lisa from cincinnati, have you ever been to senate? >> yfrks and it's a wonderful town. >> i have, too. >> the second best chili outside of texas. >> that's right. >> is in cincinnati. >> how do you like your chili though? >> spicy. >> two-way, three-way. >> three-way. >> that didn't sound right. >> we like it three-way. let me go check the weather. >> i have a question. >> oh, i'm sorry. >> we're going like that.
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>> sarah from wisconsin says who needs the most pampering amongst you guys. well -- >> let me check the weather. >> looky there. it's not just moi. i never go to makeup. i never go to hair. i do all my own hair and i don't have a stylist and i pick out my own clothes. who is it? >> i don't know. >> no, i don't know. i have no idea. >> who went to makeup today? did you go to makeup? and i went to hair as well. >> hair and makeup. i did hair and makeup. >> it's one of the fell arks, and i'm not going to say which one. >> pampering takes many forms. >> i can tell from your dress style laid out, colors all coordinated. you're like a little barbie d l doll. >> odd. all right. so, first of all, got a frontal system that will be bringing wet weather pushing in here. ahead of this front a lot of
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moisture coming up out of the gulf so we'll be looking at flash flooding, flash flood watches thursday into carolina and main and a lot of rain out of this system and late tonight into tomorrow morning, heavy rain moves into the northeast into new england. we're talking about maybe two to three, maybe four inches of rain. we've also got tropical storm joaquin that is off the coast right now, and this thing, we don't expect it to be a major hurricane or anything like that, but it is going to do two things. it's going to bring a lot of wind and a lot of rain. now, the wind may not be the biggest problem. the rain though whether it becomes a tropical or stays a tropical storm makes landfall or not, doesn't make a difference. it's going to stay fairly close to the coast and, that my friends, going to bring a lot of rain to it, so as we were talking, look at this, the cone of uncertainty, 520 miles wide. this is the rain the next three days. add joaquin's moisture and locally some areas 12 inches of rain by sunday good morning.
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i'm meteorologist kari hall. we've got the clouds, as we take a live look from tiburon, but no rain. may have a couple of spotty mists or drizzle areas. as we go into the day, our temperatures will be held down. only reaching 78 degrees in san jose. 75 degrees in palo alto, and the castro will be at 68 degrees. in napa, expect a high of 78. 80 in pittsburgh. 70 in oakland. pleasanton today will see a high of 81 degrees. have a great day. 2 >> thanks very much, al. >> not often you see an academy award winner seeking a job as an intern but if you're robert de niro y some cash back cards love to overcomplicate things. like limiting where you earn bonus cash back. why put up with that? but the quicksilver card from capital one likes to keep it simple. real simple. i'm talking easy like-a- walk-in-the-park, nothing-to-worry-about, man-that-feels-good simple.
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>> this is the first time we're hiring a senior intern so some of our questions may not fit your profile but we'll go for it anyway. >> fire away. >> where did you go to school? >> northwestern. hey, my brother went to northwestern is there probably not at the same time. >> probably not. he graduated in 2009. >> >> whau, what was your major, do you remember? >> the character ben, is there any robert de niro in ben? >> well, i mean, i always say that i use the parts of myself that are applicable to the role, if you will, so, yeah, there are things, and aside from just understanding -- of being his age there are built-in things right there. >> so you sympathize. you brought up age. you sympathize with what a guy is going through at that point in his life? >> yeah. i do, of course, and that's life. >> we've had some of the other members of the cast on the show nat wolf, one of the actors said, my gosh, here i am a kid,
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20 years old, sitting in a scene across from robert de niro and anne hathaway says many of the same things. how does that make you feel when you hear that kind of praise from your co-stars? >> i like young people, like working with them and generally enjoy them and feel very ease with them and it's good and at young kids in the move were fun and smart and we had a good time. >> is it strike for you though, because i think when you walk into a room the set goes bob de niro is here? >> i think that goes away quickly. >> yeah. >> when you get working. >> it's been fascinating to watch the arc of your career. you've become like this great comic actor over the last decade or so. is that a conscious decision you made? >> i take what comes my way, and that's it. can i turn things down. i have turned some things down but i said why not try this. let me do that. you never know. take your chances. >> so where do you trace that sort of gene?
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>> started with "analyze this" and i did movies when i was younger with brian depalma, just sort of, i don't know what you would call them, there's humor in them. >> is there a movie, robert, that when it's on tv if you're sitting at home flipping on tv of your own that you'll stop and watch it again? >> i will a part of it if i -- if i catch it, if it's 15, 0 years later, oh, look at this. i might do that. i have a little more objectivity then at that point. >> is there a particular one -- i always stop, i ask -- if ""goodfellas" is on, i always stop and watch it. one or two that stop you? >> my own, no. i'm curious to see in years go by just to be objective of how did i or what it was that i can look tat more, detach myself from it and i can have more of a real critical appreciation or non-appreciation of it. >> robert, thank you for your time. >> robert de niro. i mean, how fun is it to get a
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detective erin lindsey handing her badge in and leaving the forgs on "chicago pd" and just when she thought she was out she was pulled right back in. >> this is not about me. this is about getting jay back. this guy wants a female cure yes, you and i both know it should be me. >> you here as a cop or to save your boyfriend? >> does it matter? >> and sophia bush is with us. >> does it matter. >> you go tough. here you are glitdery and beautiful in original and there you go just tough. >> i sneak a little color in on my t-shirts once a while in the show. >> it's a dark place she's in. >> a dark place. this is the third season. seems like you guys have really hit a sweet spot there. >> yeah. it feels really good. the show just seems to get deeper and more complex, and our writers aren't afraid of letting it be gritty and letting us look like we're really towing the
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line between being heroic and making mistakes, but it's really fulfilling as an actor because it feels so creative and full. >> well, you know, it is, and it's so real because you think about people who are in that same position who really do that line of work every day towing that line of wanting to do go and how far do you push the limit to make the right thing happen and that's real et character and a lot of characters in the show. >> absolutely, and it feels good to actually be able to ask the question, well, how far would you go to save a life? would you break a rule in order to get the right thing done? what does it mean when we're looking at human beings rather than the perfect archtypes of heros? >> that's a good drinking game, put all these scenarios. >> what would you do? >> what would i do. >> you know, i -- i've kind of been stalking you on instagram because i'm obsessed with all the pictures that you post. >> oh, thanks. >> you're fun to follow and you recently tagged something your woman crush wednesday mariska
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haggerty and debra messing. what was -- >> look at them. both of them amazing. what's going on in that picture? >> they are just the best. that the was actually for a promo that we did because all of our shows air wednesday. >> on? >> on nbc. >> thank you. >> and we all play police officers, and so we took this notion of a woman crush wednesday, while it's sweet, is very often oh, like this girl is so pretty, we love her and we did this campaign talking about these women crush wednesdays. >> i like that. >> out protecting their cities. >> nice. >> and can you see we were just giggling the whole time. had a ball. >> you guys are crushing it. another one green thumb instagram, my team have dubbed this. how cute is that. >> you know what, i think because i grew up in california and i'm so used tock out in nature and, you know, hiking and just having my feet in the dirt. being in chicago is a little hard because it's such a city and while i love it i miss that.
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>> yeah. >> so this year i went to a really great nursery just outside of town and bought all of the plants. >> shout-out to chicago. i lived there for ten years. a great city. >> amazing. >> love any show based in chicago. >> the city is so great to us, and now i have a great view and also have greenery in my apartment everywhere. >> so a drinking game on what would you do and we get to enjoy your greenery. >> ever need anybody to help you plant succulents i'm your girl. >> so yeah, thank you so much. awesome. 12 years since "one tree hill." >> the a lot of fans popping up. one of her producers her daughter is like 10 and is obsessed with the show. >> real interesting and now it's on netflix so it's starting all over again. >> circle of life. >> and "one tree hill" and "chicago pd." congratulations on everything. catch the season premiere of "chicago pd" tomorrow night 10:00, 9:00 central right here on nbc. >> nbc. >> coming up, want to get that youthful glow? then you've got to know how to
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morning... ==topvo== oakland unified schools says a junior varsity football coach is on paid administrative leave after a chaotic scene good tuesday morning. i'm sam brock. all-new this morning, oakland unified schools says a junior varsity coach is on paid administrative leave after this chaotic scene caught on video. the district says it's an altercation involving an mcclemens football player and a coach identified as decarlos anderson. it happened on the bus following the team's game last saturday. the district says it was made aware of the incident and the video yesterday. school officials are now investigating. meantime, some harsh accusations coming out against the berkley police department. the national lawyers guild plans to release data that it claims is proof of racial profiling. the group has criticized berkley's police department in the past, especially its
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response to race related protests earlier this year. and democratic presidential contender hillary clinton today continuing her latest bay area tour. you're looking at some video of clinton's motorcade arriving at her first stop yesterday, a reception in saratoga. ms. clinton also attended a fundraiser in marin county and a reception in arenda. she will now attend a breakfast in san francisco. what's the weather outlook like? we'll have a look right after this break.
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good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're in the low 60s for most of the bay area, but still in the mid 50s in the north bay. all of the clouds covering us, and as we go through the afternoon, those clouds will keep our temperatures down. expect a high of 75 degrees in the peninsula, 78 degrees in the south bay, and the east bay will be up to 70 degrees. in the tri-valley, expect a high of 82, and san francisco topping out at 68. in the north bay, a high of 74. let's check in now with mike.
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>> we had a lot of traffic coming down here, across the golden gate bridge, still going on. this is heavy for a tuesday commute even at this time. the last of the slowing because of the earlier crash up here in sausalito. that forced more folks to move over to the san rafael bridge. things are sorting themselves out to normal now that we're widening down in those portions. earlier crash over high street is over on the shoulder. it's a distraction, but traffic is starting to smooth out better. north of the san mateo bridge, you're doing all right. south of there, the compression across the dunbarton, and fremont. >> we're going to be back in 25 minutes with another update. for now, we return you to the "today" show.
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taking a look at the headlines new research suggests women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy can begin treatment immediately. a study of over 100 children with prenatal exposure to cancer treatment had normal mental process and heart function at 18 months. and three years old. in fact, children had more negative health effects from prematurity than from exposure to chemotherapy. and whole foods market plans to eliminate about 1500 jobs over the next two months. company officials say many of the cuts are expected to be achieved through attrition, not filling open jobs. the company said the cuts were being made as part of its commitment to lower prices for its customers and invest in technology upgrades. walmart is expanding its online grocery with free pickup
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service to eight new cities today. the service lets shoppers order groceries and other products online and then choose a pickup time at their selected location. pickup is free and employees bring the groceries to the consumer's car. walmart plans to add even more cities in the coming weeks. and we all know artery-clogging fats are bad for us, but what would you replace them with is equally important. a harvard study finds that people who give up butter, cheese and meat but replace them with white bread, starches and sweets do not improve their heart health but swapping said saturated fats for olive oil, fish, nuts and whole grains well it does significantly reduce your risk of heart disease. even a 5% cut in calories from fatty food can have a big impact on your heart. and great news today. it's national coffee day and that means can you get a free cup of joe at several national chains, among them dunkin' donuts, a free medium cup of dark roast, hot or iced.
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over at purchasing krispy kreme locations you can get a free small cup of coffee, and a free original glazed doughnut. my mouth is watering. and at peet's get a free small coffee with the purchase of a breakfast item. can we not put food segments in. while i read this i'm getting hungry. a police officer had people doing double takes when he showed off his hidden talents. new briton, connecticut officer matt was on duty at a car wash when he saw a man dancing in the street. he challenged him to a dance battle. bystanders were super impressed. the officer uses dance to show young people they don't have to be afraid of police officers. like those moves. now let 's go check in with al for the weather. >> like the police officer in providence, rhode island did all that dancing traffic. we have a lot of rain developing in the east especially later this afternoon on into the overnight hours. western third of the country looking pretty good with plenty of sunshine and seasonal temperatures. actually a little warmer than usual as you get into the pacific northwest. then as we move into tomorrow,
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heavy rain, mid-atlantic, into the northeast, and into new england, late tonight, into tomorrow. look at the cooler temperatures, though, as you get around the great lakes. 62 in minneapolis. 61 in chicago. 73 in st. louis, and again, even cooling down a bit in central and northern california. that's what's going on good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. more clouds across the bay area. temperature is cooler than yesterday with a high of 78 degrees in san jose. 75 degrees in palo alto. the financial district will be at 66 degrees today for a high. and in the santa rosa, expect a high of 74. also in fremont and dublin, we'll see a high of 85 degrees. our temperatures cool for the next couple of days before they warm up as we get closer to the weekend. >> that's your latest weather. >> and now get ready to be amazed. >> oh. >> yes. >> got to have protective gear on.
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okay. we're going to be amazed. >> wow me week with three cool experiments from science youtuber nick uhas. nick, good morning. >> hey, nick. >> how are you doing? >> i'm doing fantastic. >> so we're each going to try three of these. i inhaled helium, everyone heard how that works, your voice goes up. you say there's a gas that will knock your voice down. >> that's right. so these three experiments are ones that we all did on my youtube channel. so they are tested. they won't hurt you. to my understanding. >> don't try them at home. >> right. >> this is helium, right. >> as you all know makes your voice higher, six times lighter than air. this gas is sulfur hexafluoride and six times more dense than air. go ahead and use some of the sulfur hexafluoride. >> honey, i love you and i have all my affairs in order. >> perfectly okay. >> here we go. >> whoa! >> all right! >> wow! >> that is unbelievable!
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>> let me have a hit of that! >> i want more. >> here's what's going on in your neck of the woods. that's right. oh, my gosh. oh, wait -- there's no more left for tamron. >> that's okay. >> i just love hearing you two. >> that's fantastic. >> with this one. i love to love your momma but i love your momma better. i'm barry white, i'll be performing tonight at the velvet room in newark, new jersey. >> oh, my god. >> with that voice we pranked my mom. >> hello. >> oh, my gosh. >> that's perfect. >> you sound like wendy williams. >> what about -- >> i'll go over here. >> willie's obsessed. >> i always thought water froze at 32. you say actually that depending on the water it's a different temperature? >> that's absolutely correct. everybody thinks water freezes
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at 32 degrees. but that's water that has little tiny bits and articles. you remove those you have pure water and it can be taken down to negative 55 degrees fahrenheit. now if you put it on existing ice you'll get what is known as instant ice and you can actually build that ice up -- >> oh, wow. >> in a reverse icicle. we did this on the youtube channel to about a foot tall to make the world's largest reverse icicle. >> okay you're living up to wow week already. seriously. >> my gosh. >> that's amazing. >> that's the reverse icicle. >> what we have over here is poor man's liquid nitrogen. >> okay. >> this is isopropyl alcohol, which is rubbing alcohol. and dry ice. and what we have inside there is a very -- >> pumpkin. >> very thinly carved pumpkin. if we roll it around in there. we're going to make sure we get it nice and cold. >> all right. >> we'll deep freeze it to where it's so deep frozen that it can shatter just like a christmas ornament. >> oh, gosh.
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>> negative 109 degrees farenheit. >> you have to be careful when you're doing this. >> very careful. >> this is probably not for at-home use. >> probably not. but you could. >> okay. >> now what i'm going to do over here, i'll put this pumpkin and we're going to important the first-ever tv live tv pumpkin shattering. >> okay. >> we did this on my youtube channel. it worked on my youtube channel. let's see if it works today. >> you'll hit it square right here in the pumpkin? >> i just hit it in the face? >> yeah. >> where am i, on this side? >> right about here. >> and i just swing it like a bat? >> yeah. >> which just happens to be what you have in your hand. >> i should have done the helium thing. >> do i need to hit it hard. >> as hard as you would like. >> okay. >> as hard as you can. >> oh, wow. >> that's incredible. >> the whole room went silent. >> oh. >> that would be the world's
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first ever live tv pumpkin not smashing but shattering. >> and here's the amazing thing. you've got to clean this up. >> yes. >> can you come back every day? >> yes. >> and bring that -- >> you are the coolest guest ever! >> and i have a lot of these types of videos on my youtube channel nickuhas, so check that out as well. >> yes. we love you, nick. you're the best guy. oh, my gosh. tomorrow, wow me week continues. corbin maxi with some amazing animals. you're a tough act to follow. corbin, you've got to bring it. back after this. >> look at that. >> that's amazing. if a denture were to be
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he spent the last year in and out of the hospital. but thanks to the effort of strangers darnell found himself out in the dugout and on the diamond. >> this is like awesome. >> a day that would not have been possible without the legacy of another brave little boy named baer. >> absolutely adorable inside and out little boy. full of life and full of love. >> at age 3 he was diagnosed with a pediatric cancer. despite his diagnosis he persevered. >> he knew he was sick but took that challenge with great stride and continued to fight his battle. >> a battly ultimately lost at eight 8 but bear's family was termed to help others and shortly before his untimely passing the foundation was born. >> we found there were so many simple things that could help these children and their families through the journey. >> from gas money to plane fares and a bear hug. >> a bear hug is something that
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williams. nice to see you. >> good to see you. >> strobing is nothing new, tamron. it just means highlighting and why now are they saying makeup sales for highlighters have gone up over the past year because of strobeing? >> because it's the new trend. what's great about you don't have to draw any dark lines on your face anymore and don't worry about all the contrast. put light where you want the light to hit and you can reshape your face with it. >> before we were doing the contouring, hit like your cheek line or contour your nose. >> those days are over. you don't want harsh lines, getting away from harsh lines and so many products and when i went to look for them unbelievable how many products are out there and you have powders, seen these for a long time. you have lotions, don't have to commit to buying something. use a cream shadow but what you want to do is add a little oil or lotion to it to make it transparent. want the strobe to be transparent. >> it's basically getting the light to hit you in the right places.
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>> higher planes of your face, go into the coveragers of your eyes, wherever you wanted to accentuate and highlight your face. >> i don't want the brand to show because they will get mad at me. warm tones. >> very silvery, if you have super pale skin, can't go with a silver, champagne, peachy. >> the other night i tried to strobe on my own, i had to wash my whole face and start over because it was a strobetastic mess. brown skin, someone more my compl complexion. >> we did half her face and she's really glowing. i love sticks, my favorite way to apply it because you can draw it on exactly where you want it to go. i like to do right here, make a little "vqq and take care of
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over the eyelids" and working it up into the hairline. >> high point of your cheek and your brow, your nose that you're hitting with the light. >> yeah. >> take a little brush. this has a little curve to it. >> do i put it over the foundation or under the foundation? >> yeah. you can actually work. no real rules with it. don't just use an overly matt foundation because with these, these come up with different colors and they have a shimmer to them. put them over a powder you'll take away that strobe. >> you can wear this all day long even at work so you don't look like you're going to the club. >> you don't. >> you can strobe at the club. >> so we have fairer complexions that can strobe. what do you suggest? >> i love this one by becca, quite possibly the most versatile color, see all the gold and champagne and peach, take a little flash push, go right in there on the higher
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planes again. >> gives us that youthful dewey look. >> yes. >> and i like to say, too, don't be afraid of the cheek bone. make sure you get it there and make sure you're getting the forehead, higher areas. went down her nose. >> sometimes it can make you look a little too glittery. >> don't use oils, limit your moisturizer and if you see yourself powder up, press it back in? >> ladies, you look beautiful. let's show kim car dare crash how it's done. strobing. send me your strobe pictures. i'd like to seat work that we help you do. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. one more.
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>> all right. >> oh, my gosh. >> that was good morning, it's 9-56... i'm
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... ==topvo== recently evicted seniors will sit down today with san francisco prosecutors. a good tuesday morning. it's 9:56. i'm sam brock. seniors are going to sit down with san francisco prosecutors. many have been forced from their homes via ellis act evictions. one group filed complaints back
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in may and now it's hoping to take legal action. supporters are planning to hold a rally ahead of that meeting, which will take place at the hall of justice in san francisco. clouds are out aplenty this morning. let's get a check of your forecast now with meteorologist kari hall. >> we'll have a lot more clouds today, and cooler temperatures across the bay area. expect a high of 70 degrees in the east bay. in the tri-valley, a high of 82 degrees in san francisco. 68 degrees. some 70s for the south bay peninsula as well as the north bay. we will keep the cooler weather as we head into tomorrow as well. and then temperatures will be heating up in time for the weekend. let's see how the roads are moving now with mike. >> in fremont, guys, we have your typical compression, southbound 880. in the last three minutes, we've seen traffic lighten up quite a bit. the map will show you our speed censors still show a little slowing. northbound 101, and northbound 280 slow around the 880 interchange. nothing really unusual. a slower drive across the
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dunbarton and still slow despite what the censors look like. good volume of traffic. a nice drive toward the bay bridge toll plaza. >> that's going to do it for us. we'll be back in 25 minutes. in the meantime, we return you to the "today" show.
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